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“Shedinburgh Fringe Festival is one of the most talked about elements of this year’s virtual Edinburgh Fringe” The Stage

The SHEDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL REPLAY season is available for on demand streaming from 22 February – 22 March. Tickets can be purchased via

Available for streaming: 

McGonagall’s Chronicles | Gary McNair
Team Viking | James Rowland 
Fragments of Home | Annie George 
Status | Chris Thorpe 
Archive of Educated Hearts | Casey Jay Andrews 
Labels | Joe Sellman-Leava 
Search Party | Inua Ellams
My Arm | Tim Crouch 
Living Rent Free in Your Shed | Chloe Petts 
Big Daddy and Baby Helen | Rosie Jones and Helen Bauer 
Back of the Head With A Brick | Sean Mahoney 
Wacky Racists | Sophie Duker, Ken Cheng, Gbemi Oladipo, Fatiha El Ghorri 
Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice | Deborah Frances-White
White Rabbit Red Rabbit | Tobias Menzies / Nassim Soleimanpour


In 2020 Producers Francesca Moody and Harriet Bolwell and writer, performer Gary McNair conceived SHEDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL, an online festival of the best of the Fringe stalwarts of theatre, music and comedy, all performed live from two sheds at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh and Soho Theatre in London as well as remotely at artists own sheds and streamed into people’s homes over August.

Created as a directed response to the uncertain future facing both venues and artists in 2020, SHEDINBURGH’s objective was to shout loud about the Fringe’s vital role in global culture, celebrate its past successes and breakthrough artists and provide a platform for the talent that would have been on had the Edinburgh Festival Fringe not been cancelled.

Launched just 8 weeks after the initial idea came to the team, SHEDINBURGH captured the hearts of Fringe fans from across the world from Edinburgh to Adelaide, to Tokyo and Texas, selling over 4,500 tickets to 25 events, raising over £20,000 towards the Shed Load of Future Fund, to help new artists bring their work to the Edinburgh Fringe. The festival featured work from artists including Tim Crouch, Sara Pascoe, Deborah Frances-White, Innua Ellams, Nassim Soleimanpour, Tobias Menzies, Rosie Jones and Ahir Shah.

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